With the launch of his award-winning bar Canon, Jamie Boudreau set a new standard of service in Seattle’s already thriving cocktail scene. Once you’ve secured a seat at the Angostura bitters-stained bar prepare to stick around with options like chilled Chartreuse on tap, hard-to-find whiskey, barrel-aged cocktails and carbonated and bottled boozy drinks. Still can’t decide? Ask to see the 100-plus-paged Captain’s List of rare and vintage spirits and take a dip into the “Hardcore Porn” section for triple-digit tastes of Chartreuse through the decades or a circa-1890 sip of Amer Picon at $950 a pour.
- craft cocktails
- lots of whiskey
- lots of tequila / mezcal
- lots of rum
- full menu
- outdoor / patio
What to drink
Canon Cocktail (rye, Ramazzotti, triple-sec foam, bitters), bottled Sparkling Last Word (gin, maraschino, green Chartreuse, lime).
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